Whey is a byproduct when making cheese, yogurt, kevir or quark it’s rich in protein and lactic acid. Once you learned how to make Kefir (described in May issue or quark in June issue) you will end up with whey. You can use it to soak your grains or in fermenting processes like kimchi (just add a ¼ cup of whey to the water). Whey has the highest tryptophan content of all food sources, which is great to help balanceing stress and improves memory scanning significantly (Wise Tradition Magazine spring 2013 ). Whey is a natural preservative that inhibits putrifying bacteria. Dr Mercola recommends to drink 20-25gr of whey (powder) which is about ½ cup of real whey after a workout to build muscles it’s also beneficial for your heart and blood pressure. Whey protein is quickly absorbed and is also a great snack when kids come home hungry. Add a ¼ apple or some berries and mix it up in your magic bullet.
Nutrient Dense Meal
Spinach and ground Beef Casserole (serves 4)
2 tbs butter, 2 tbs flour, 2 cups milk, spices; – heat up butter add flour and let it get light yellow, add the milk and bring to a boil simmer until thickened, season with sea salt, pepper and nutmeg
2 lbs of fresh spinach,1/2 cup water 1 tbs butter; – wash and clean spinach, heat up butter and add wet spinach add ½ cup water and simmer for 5 minutes. Drain fluids but save that for later.
1 lb ground beef; – Add ground beef to saved fluids and simmer for 10 minutes season with sea salt and pepper
Preheat oven to 350F
2tbs butter -Use 2 tbs butter for casserole dish, add ½ of the spinach, add all of the ground beef, add rest of spinach then pour béchamel sauce ontop.
2 eggs – wisk up eggs and pour ontop add the rest of butter
In oven for 30 minutes
Enjoy with kimchi!
Think twice before you bite into this colorful cupcake… or anything colorful for that matter.
The European Union have most foods that contain synthetic colors labeled with a warning label stating that adverse reactions can result especially in children. They even asked food manufacturers to remove artificial colors.
The truth is that serious risks have been found; Including a wide variety of cancers but also is linked to high blood pressure, increased blood sugar, rashes, allergies, hyperactivities, hypersensitivity and other behavioral effects in children.
Synthetic food colorings are permitted to have 10 parts per million of lead in the substance but colors used in medications are allowed twice that amount!
And here a few facts:
- Blue #1 (Brilliant Blue) An unpublished study suggested the possibility that Blue 1 caused kidney tumors in mice. What it’s in: Baked goods, beverages, desert powders, candies, cereal, drugs, and other products.
- Blue #2 (Indigo Carmine) Causes a statistically significant incidence of tumors, particularly brain gliomas, in male rats. What it’s in: Colored beverages, candies, pet food, & other food and drugs.
- Citrus Red #2 It’s toxic to rodents at modest levels and caused tumors of the urinary bladder and possibly other organs. What it’s in: Skins of Florida oranges.
- Green #3 (Fast Green) Caused significant increases in bladder and testes tumors in male rats. What it’s in: Drugs, personal care products, cosmetic products except in eye area, candies, beverages, ice cream, sorbet, ingested drugs, lipsticks, and externally applied cosmetics.
- Red #3 (Erythrosine) Recognized in 1990 by the FDA as a thyroid carcinogen in animals and is banned in cosmetics and externally applied drugs. What it’s in: Sausage casings, oral medication, maraschino cherries, baked goods, and candies.
- Red #40 (Allura Red) This is the most-widely used and consumed dye. It may accelerate the appearance of immune system tumors in mice. It also causes hypersensitivity (allergy-like) reactions in some consumers and might trigger hyperactivity in children. What it’s in: Beverages, bakery goods, dessert powders, candies, cereals, foods, drugs, and cosmetics.
- Yellow #5 (Tartrazine) Yellow 5 causes sometimes-severe hypersensitivity reactions and might trigger hyperactivity and other behavioral effects in children. What it’s in: Pet foods, numerous bakery goods, beverages, dessert powders, candies, cereals, gelatin desserts, and many other foods, as well as pharmaceuticals and cosmetics.
- Yellow #6 (Sunset Yellow) Caused adrenal tumors in animals and occasionally causes severe hypersensitivity reactions. What it’s in: Color bakery goods, cereals, beverages, dessert powders, candies, gelatin deserts, sausage, cosmetics, and drugs.
Read more http://cspinet.org/new/pdf/food-dyes-rainbow-of-risks.pdf and www.mercola.com and www.westonaprise.org (spring 2013 jurnal)
A Walk Through Your Pantry/Medicine cabinet:
GET RID OF: Synthetically colored foods. Check the labels. Remember food that need coloring usually are also highly processed foods in the first place.
REPLACE WITH: Stick to naturally colored foods for your health. Add colorful vegetables to your plate and natural vibrant fruit colors to your desserts, if you want use red beet juice or berries to color your cakes.
Brought to you by Jasmin Schellenberg
Inspired by and resourced from “Nourishing Traditions” by Sally Fallon; and: www.westonaprice.org
For “Nourishing our Children” newsletters of the past visit: www.pasture-to-plate.com or www.thegreengazette.ca